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LOT Polish Airlines carried 1,041,427 passengers. This is the very best variety of passengers carried in a single month in the 94-year historical past of LOT Polish Airlines exercise. The seat issue for flights carried out in July 2023 was 83.5 % and elevated greater than 4 pp. in comparison with the identical interval in 2019.
“A very successful first half of the summer is behind us. Our summer results allow us to look into the future with great optimism. I stand by my earlier forecast that LOT will carry 10 million passengers this year,” says Michał Fijoł, CEO of LOT Polish Airlines.
The July 2023 passenger numbers are proof that not solely has the airline trade recovered from months of pandemic-related restrictions but in addition that demand for air providers is larger than in the identical interval in 2019.
Within the nationwide community, the biggest variety of our passengers travelled to Cracow (28,260), Gdansk (25,485) and Wroclaw (22,098), on short-haul flights: to London (27,321), Vilnius (22,269) and Tel Aviv (22,080). On long-haul flights, however, New York (30,724), Toronto (29,596) and Chicago (23,507) had been the preferred locations.
LOT Polish Airlines is a contemporary service connecting Central and Eastern Europe with the remainder of the world. LOT’s provide consists of, inter alia, direct long-haul flights to airports in the United States, Canada, China, Japan, South Korea, India. The Polish service has been persistently growing the variety of its flights to these locations, thus strengthening its place in the Central and Eastern Europe. It operates its long-haul flights with Boeing 787 Dreamliner, one of essentially the most superior wide-body plane in the world. Present in the sky since 1929, the Polish service is the twelfth oldest airline worldwide, being one of essentially the most internationally recognisable Polish manufacturers.
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